Natural history filmmaker John Grabowska specializes in landscape films on the American West and the Alaskan wilderness. His films have won awards at festivals around the world and are broadcast nationally as prime time specials on PBS. Grabowska has lectured on natural history filmmaking at The National Geographic Society and the Smithsonian Institution, led environmental media workshops in Argentina and Panama and cofounded the American Conservation Film Festival. The Washington Post calls him "one of the virtuoso environmental filmmakers in the country."
"His thoughtful insight into the processes of living has helped people broaden their horizons and more fully appreciate life on Earth." Earthwatch Institute
The Ends of the Earth - Alaska's Wild Peninsula
Sky Island - New Mexico's Jemez Mountains
Ribbon of Sand - North Carolina's Outer Banks
Remembered Earth - New Mexico's High Desert
Crown of the Continent - Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias
Yellowstone - Land to Life